6 edition of Father Smith, otherwise Bernard Schmidt, being an account of a seventeenth century organ maker found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Andrew Freeman 1926 ; edited, annotated and with new material by John Rowntree 1976.|
|Contributions||Rowntree, John Pickering.|
|LC Classifications||ML424.S6 F7 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||238 p. :|
|Number of Pages||238|
|LC Control Number||79302535|
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Smith was an apprentice of the German organ builder Christian Förmer but adapted easily to the English style of building after his emigration there in Some years after building an instrument for the Chapel Royal at London, Smith was named.
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In Sir. Smith's organ had three complete manuals, which was also a novelty. Two complete stops were allotted to the upper set of keys, forming a kind of Solo organ, with which the 'Ecchos' acted in combination.
The following is a copy of the Schedule of Father Smith's organ as delivered to the two societies, signed, and dated J